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The big mystery behind Cobra brothers car collection  - find out  what cars do they really own

August 3, 2023

If you are someone who frequents social media, there is almost no doubt that you’ve come across a car from Tristan and Andrew Tate’s car collection. Whether that’s their copper Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport or their TechArt Porsche 911, the Tate brothers share a garage full of truly unique vehicles.

Known for their unapologetic views, luxury lifestyle and a supercar garage most collectors could only dream of, the Tate brothers have taken the internet by storm over the past few years.

The sons of chess grandmaster Emory Tate, the brothers are both known not only for their highly successful business careers but also for their achievements in kickboxing and mixed martial arts. The Tates also own the Hustlers University platform – an online business education and entrepreneurship community where Andrew teaches his secrets to business success alongside mentors from his War Room network.

While both brothers grew up in a working-class family in Luton, England, they now reside in Bucharest, Romania and have one of the most impressive car collections around. Here is the list of the cars currently in the Tate collection as confirmed by Tristan Tate himself:

Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

MSRP: from £253,000 ($316,300)

The first Aston in the Tate Collection is the gorgeous Aston Martin DBS Superleggera which stands for ‘superlight’ in Italian. The car is powered by a turbocharged 5.2-litre V12 and can accelerate from 0 to 62 miles per hour in around 3.4 seconds with a top speed of over 210.

In one of the Tate Confidential videos, Andrew Tate stated that he was influenced to buy the car after catching a glimpse of it in James Bond’s ‘No Time To Die’ which makes the car even more fitting for Tate’s self-proclaimed James Bond lifestyle.

Aston Martin Vanquish S Ultimate

MSRP: from £212,000 ($265,000)

One of the early arrivals to the Tristan and Andrew Tate’s Car Collection is the Aston Martin Vanquish S Ultimate. With only 175 worldwide, it’s also one of the rarest cars that the brothers own. Powered by a 6.0-litre V12 engine, the Aston Martin’s Vanquish S blends the best of supercars and grand tourers to create the ultimate machine – a super GT.

The brothers also opted for a £15,000 quad exhaust option to make the giant V12 sound even better. After collection, the car was wrapped in Inozetek Midnight Red giving the Vanquish an even more aggressive look. Those with an eye for detail will also notice that this particular Vanquish sports a number plate ‘T888 SPY’ as a homage to Aston Martin’s connection to the James Bond movie series that Andrew Tate is a fan of.

BMW M5 Competition

MSRP: from £104,000 ($130,000)

One of the more interesting cars in the Tate collection is a custom BMW M5 Competition which Andrew Tate modified to become the ultimate supercar killer. As Andrew himself stated, it is the ‘ultimate Lambo killer’. The brothers clearly have a special place in their hearts for this monster, as it happens to be one of the most featured cars on their Instagram accounts.

This particular M5 was modified by a famous automotive entrepreneur, influencer and the owner of Z-Performance, Zedsly who also resides in Romania. After the modifications, the M5 Competition now has over 800 horsepower, custom KW suspension, Z-Performance monoblock forged wheels, a custom exhaust system with catless downpipes, custom wrap, and a plethora of other upgrades.

Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport

Total Cost: £3,409,000 ($4,258,000) including options.

The pride and joy of the Tristan and Andrew Tate’s Car Collection – this Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport costs over $4 million thanks to no expense spared specification. This particular Pur Sport is number 18 of just 60 in the world making Tates part of a very exclusive club. Both Andrew and Tristan have also stated that the exclusive ownership benefits such as networking opportunities and access to other ultra-high-net-worth individuals were one of the major deciding factors when buying the Chiron.

The Tate Pur Sport is one of the more interesting Chirons around thanks to its unique copper carbon bodywork, custom red details and a black interior with red and copper accents. The headrest also features custom engraving spelling “Tate”, as Andrew Tate had previously stated that he will “never sell the car” and ordered the custom engraving to prove that.

Ferrari 458 Italia

MSRP: £190,000 ($239,340) up to £240,000 ($300,000) depending on options.

Another car in the Tate Car collection is one of the most recognisable supercars in the world – the Ferrari 458 Italia. Although the Tate brothers can often be seen driving the car, it does not belong to either of them as it was purchased as a gift for their cousin Luc, who is often featured in the Tate Confidential Vlogs and lives with the two brothers in Romania and mentoring Hustlers University students on various topics.

Luc’s Ferrari 458 is finished in Viola Metallic, a PTS (Paint to Sample) colour from Porsche. It also has a full IPE F1 exhaust with catless downpipes and a classic red leather interior. The car is capable of producing a whopping 562 hp at 9,000 RPM from its V8 engine which Andrew Tate had previously described as ‘the best sounding’ in their collection.

Ferrari 812 Superfast

MSRP: from £253,000 ($312,000)

Considered by many to be one of the greatest Ferrari’s ever built, the 812 Superfast is the successor to the mighty Ferrari F12 Berlinetta and is the most powerful and fastest naturally aspirated V12 Ferrari built at the time of its release making another perfect choice for the speed-crazed Tate brothers.

Like many other cars in the Tate car collection, this Ferrari 812 has been modified with a custom Tubi Style exhaust, which makes the 6.0-litre V12 sound even more aggressive.

Mercedes B63 Brabus (S63 Coupe)

MSRP: £135,000 ($169,000) to £144,000 ($180,980) depending on options (without the Brabus modifications).

The S63 coupe has been a long-standing favourite for those looking for the perfect mix between speed and ultimate luxury. The coupe version of the S63 is powered by AMG’s 5.5-litre Twin-Turbo V8 producing in excess of 570 horsepower stock which gives the power a 0-60 time of under 4.0 seconds. Combine that with the luxury interior of the S-Class and you have what some might call the perfect Grand Tourer.

However, Tate S63 Coupe is far from stock. Most petrolheads will be able to see that the stock body of the S63 has been upgraded with Brabus aftermarket parts, with the engine of the car presumably getting the Brabus treatment as well. The car is also wrapped in Inozetek Midnight Green wrap giving it an even more menacing look.

Porsche GT Street R Custom Edition by Techart

MSRP: from £258,540 ($316,000)

Most supercar enthusiasts have heard of the legendary tuning house TechArt, and will most likely be aware of the ultra rare GT Street R. Based on the 911 Turbo S, the new TechArt manages to excel in everything: power, torque, acceleration and top speed. With a 0-62mph time of 2.7 seconds and a top speed in excess of 210 miles per hour, this insane Porsche will be able to keep up with even the fastest cars in the Tate collection.

This unique Porsche is one of the rarest 911s you can buy with only 87 ever built which once again puts the Tate brothers into a very exclusive club of supercar owners which is no surprise considering their appreciation for exclusive networking opportunities this unique car will truly offer.

Porsche 911 992 Carrera 4S

MSRP: from £98,000 ($122,000)

The 992 Carrera has long been a favourite amongst petrolheads that appreciate a more subtle approach to supercar design, but still, require the amazing power and handling abilities that the car provides.  Andrew Tate had previously stated, that the car does ‘everything that it’s supposed to do, perfectly, every time.’

However, the Tate brothers are not known for being subtle, so in classic Tate fashion, the car has been modified with a full Techard body kit in black with baby blue accents, Nardo Grey wrap, carbon fibre hood and exhaust stips, and a 510 horsepower engine upgrade.

Lamborghini Huracán EVO Spyder

MSRP: from £235,000 ($293,150)

The Huracan EVO Spyder seems to be one of the favourite cars for the Tate brothers frequently appearing on their Instagram and sporting a plethora of aftermarket upgrades including a custom wrap and body kit.

The original spec of the vehicle is also pretty phenomenal considering that Andrew State had stated that he ‘ticked every box’ when speccing the vehicle. When collecting the vehicle from Lamborghini London, Andrew was also told that this was probably ‘the highest specced EVO’ to ever roll out of their showroom.

McLaren 765LT

MSRP: from £280,000 ($350,000)

One of the most highly praised cars by the Tate brothers has to be their McLaren 765LT which Andrew Tate purchased as an upgrade to his 720S which he previously owned. However, in a podcast with Rich Cooper of Entrepreneurs in Cars, Tate stated that one of the reasons for upgrading to the 765LT was the constant reliability issues of the 720S.

In classic Andrew Tate fashion, Tate picked up the car just a day after collecting his Huracan EVO and purchased it in response to his cousin Luc stating that ‘he had bought all the cars’.

In one of his videos, Andrew shows a spec sheet for the car totalling over £307,000 ($375,000).

McLaren 765LT Spider

MSRP: from £306,000 ($382,500)

One of the upcoming arrivals to the Tristan and Andrew Tate’s Car Collection is the McLaren 765LT Spider. Andrew Tate posted pictures of the car on his Instagram last year showing a very unique spec featuring a purple exterior with a black carbon hood and wing. The interior shots of the car show a black Alcantara interior with bright pink details making this particular Spider spec one of the most unique ones out there.

It’s no doubt that this car will be making the rounds on social media once the Tate brothers take collection due to its wild spec, as well as the ridiculous power it can produce thanks to its 4.0-litre Twin-Turbo V8 capable of propelling the McLaren to over 200 miles per hour.

Rolls-Royce Wraith Black Badge

MSRP: from £305,000 ($380,000)

One of the most luxurious and comfortable cars in the Tate arsenal is the Black Badge version of the legendary Rolls-Royce Wraith. A car suitable for the thrill-seeking millionaires of this world, the Wraith Black Badge was created to offer a GT-like driving experience combined with the ultimate ride comfort which makes it a perfect road trip car for many of Tate’s European adventures.

As featured in one of Tate Confidential episodes, Andrew and Tristan purchased the car from H.R. Owen Rolls-Royce in London and decided to stretch its legs by driving it across Europe to the Chech Republic on their way back to their home in Romania where it would join the rest of the Tate’s Car Collection that Andrew and Tristan share.


Custom Mercedes-Maybach V-Class

MSRP: from £110,000 ($135,000) depending on build specification.

The Mercedes V-Class has long been a favourite amongst those seeking a comfortable ride for longer journeys. However, lately, modified V-classes have become a favourite amongst Hollywood celebrities, artists and influencers thanks to the unparalleled, private jet-like luxury that it offers to their passengers.

The Maybach V-Class owned by the Tate brothers is no exception. It features custom leather seats, a widescreen TV, gaming consoles, a mini fridge and other luxury modifications making it the perfect modern-day alternative to the limousine for young millionaires.

1979 Lada 1500

MSRP: from £3,000 ($3,800)

One of the more unique cars in the Tate collection is what the brothers called a “Russian supercar” – a 1979 Lada 1500, also known as the VAZ-2103 Zhiguli. The car was one of the most popular cars in the Soviet Union and was a joint project between Russian vehicle manufacturer VAZ and Italian FIAT.

Although it might not be able to compete with the other cars in the Tate collection when it comes to power, Lada is surely one of the most recognisable cars for those living in the ex-soviet block countries which the Tate’s frequently visit on their adventures. However, Tristan Tate had stated to the Faster Living team that the main reason they bought the car was to ‘troll’ Romanian valets in clubs and hotels they frequently visit.


For those keeping track, the total for the Tristan and Andrew Tate’s Car Collection comes to £6,151,000 ($7,540,000). This is made even more impressive by the fact that the brothers ‘only’ had a garage of a few supercars five or so years ago.

Tristan Tate had also told Faster Living that they have allocated order slots for a bunch of other incredible cars including a second Bugatti Chiron, Aston Martin Valhalla, and a Pagani C10 which has not been officially announced but is expected to be announced in 2023.

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